Former WWI Navy hangar stands test of time at UW campus

By Navy Region Northwest Public Affairs There is a piece of World War I-era U.S. Navy history still standing in Seattle at the University of Washington campus. Commander, Navy Region […]

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Haka verbal and visual tradition highlighted at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Story by Douglas Stutz  Naval Hospital Bremerton When the shouted commands, “Taringa whakarongo! Kia rite, kia rite, kia mau!” were demanded of others, that immediately happened. With a mixture of […]

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Former NASWI employee presented with 2019 Preservation Hero Award

The State Historical Preservation Officer, Dr. Allyson Brooks, recognized Dr. Kendall Campbell, archeologist and the former NAS Whidbey Island Cultural Resource Manager, with the award as an individual who has […]

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A Solemn Remembrance for Memorial Day at Naval Hospital Bremerton

Naval Hospital Bremerton Story by Douglas Stutz   On a sweltering summer day in volatile Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Capt. Jeffrey Bitterman, then an deployed emergency physician, met Hospitalman Riley Gallinger-Long, […]

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You Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader

By Navy Region Northwest Public Affairs SILVERDALE, Wash. – More than 160 Sailors assigned to various commands in the Pacific Northwest attended the 5th annual Navy Region Northwest First Class […]

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NAS Whidbey Island personnel attend AICCCC

By Thomas Mills, NAS Whidbey Island Public Affairs Navy personnel attended the American Indian Cultural Communications and Consultation Course held at Naval Base Kitsap, May 1-3, 2019.  The course was […]

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